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Is China Hoping Christian Missionaries Will Help It Break Tibet's Buddhism?Subscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) British paper finds greater toleration of missionaries as Tibetan self-immolations continue.
(UPDATED) British paper finds greater toleration of missionaries as Tibetan self-immolations continue.
Made in China: The Next Mass Missionary MovementSubscriber Access Only
Chinese Christians plan to send 20,000 missionaries by 2030.
And Chinese living in Tibet or near the borders of countries such as Tajikistan may share ethnicity, language, or religion with those in the mission field.
The Southern Baptist S(p)ending CrunchSubscriber Access Only
The missions agency of the largest US Protestant denomination faces a $21 million deficit. Could it spell the end of the full-time missionary?
Many took the gospel to the Caribbean, North America, and even as far as Tibet and Australia by taking jobs overseas. That model can work in today's global economy.
Our Battle against Religious Persecution Is FlounderingSubscriber Access Only
Rep. Frank Wolf, human rights champion, calls on evangelicals to intensify the fight for religious liberty.
In China, 24 Catholic bishops and hundreds of Protestant pastors are under house arrest. In Tibet protests, at least 118 Buddhist monks and nuns have set themselves on fire.
After Three Decades, Congress's Top Religious Freedom Advocate Will RetireSubscriber Access Only
Virginia Rep. Frank Wolf announces he will not run for re-election in 2014.
Virginia Rep. Frank Wolf announces he will not run for re-election in 2014.
The Latest in Movie News, May 20, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Box office news, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cannes, and AFI honors Mel Brooks.
24-year-old Russian director Talsia Igumentseva; and Wolf Totem, another book adaptation helmed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (director of Two Brothers and Seven Years in Tibet) set in
Another Path of JesusSubscriber Access Only
Walking the way of Jesus has meant embracing my Native American Heritage.
I've led Native cultural performing arts groups to places like Tibet, China, Pakistan, and Peru. Along the way, I've had the privilege of seeing many commit to follow The Way of Jesus.
Christians Face Forced Exodus, Missionary Wins 'Rare' Settlement, Churches Want Fewer Cash Offerings, and MoreSubscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world.
The Tibet Public Security Bureau offered to return all of Song's remaining confiscated items and agreed to pay 7,000 yuan (USD $1,110) in an out-of-court settlement.
Evangelicals Left Off 9/11 Memorial Events Subscriber Access Only
Dean Samuel T. Lloyd III, Bishop of Washington John Bryson Chane, Rabbi Bruce Lustig, Washington Hebrew Congregation, Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche of Tibet, Buddhist nun and
Q& A: Will Graham on Preaching Hell and Why He Doesn't Believe in Mass EvangelismSubscriber Access Only
The son of Franklin Graham and the grandson of Billy Graham discusses his family and ministry.
We had the largest religious meeting that the state [of Sikkim] has ever had. We had ten thousand people there and this is a small community. It's between Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet.
China's Human Rights, In the RedSubscriber Access Only
President Obama should keep values at the center of American foreign policy.
President Obama should keep values at the center of American foreign policy.
2007 A Bad Year for FreedomSubscriber Access Only
Annual report logs second year of decline in liberty worldwide.
Freedom House puts nations and regions (such as Tibet, Palestine, and Kashmir) into three broad categories: "not free," "partly free," and "free," based on levels of political competition
Recovering Church History: Exile from BabylonSubscriber Access Only
The Iraqi Christian community, now nearly gone, was the church's center for a millennium.
the 7th and 9th centuries, the Church of the East was establishing bishoprics and metropolitans across Asia — through Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, into Tibet and Kyrgyzstan, and as
Top Religion Stories of 2008Subscriber Access Only
Time, Religion News Service, and Christianity Today weigh in.
3. The Pope Wows the States. 4. The Canterbury non-Tale. 5. America's Unfaithful Faith. 6. Tibet's Monks Rebel. 7. The Birth of the New Evangelicalism. 8. The Challenge of Recession.
RuthSubscriber Access Only
Billy's. By the time she was twelve, she was pointing toward a career as an oldmaid missionary to Tibet and praying regularly for a martyr's death. As
Billy's RibSubscriber Access Only
The price of Ruth and Billy Graham's union was separation.
Ruth's twofold prayer as an earnest 12-year-old was, first, to become an "old maid" missionary to the tribes of Tibet and, second, to die a martyr's death.
China's Christian CrackdownSubscriber Access Only
Animosity toward unregistered religious activity intensified before the Olympics and isn't going to fade soon.
Animosity toward unregistered religious activity intensified before the Olympics and isn't going to fade soon.
Repressing ReligionSubscriber Access Only
State Department blasts China on religious freedom.
Hanford said the harsh treatment of Buddhist monks in Tibet were a "major factor" in the March riots in the Himalayan region, during which dozens were killed.
The Race Marked Out For UsSubscriber Access Only
A Palestinian Christian finds the path from hate to forgiveness.
As the world prepares for the 2008 summer Olympics in Beijing, China's past violations of human rights and religious freedom and its current dealings with Tibet have become a topic of
To Every TribeSubscriber Access Only
Early missionaries laid the groundwork for mass movements to Christ among the minority peoples of China.
during the Tang dynasty (618-907) and continuing at least until the advent of the People's Republic of China, emissaries of the cross have tried to penetrate Mongolia, Tibet, and areas
Top Story May 27, 2018
Memorial Day: For What Shall We Live?
Memorial Day: For What Shall We Live?
Whether we wear a uniform or not, we all have sacrificial service to offer.
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